[nSLUG] Grrrr....

Troy D. Strum ts at halifaxfilm.com
Fri Nov 18 14:13:15 AST 2005


Hi David,

For "golf" in all sub categories of auto:

http://www.h-a-l-i-f-a-x-h-e-r-a-l-d.com/searchclass.html?currentclass=auto&searchstring=golf

For "golf" in, say, cars only:

http://www.h-a-l-i-f-a-x-h-e-r-a-l-d.com/searchclass.html?currentclass=auto&carsforsale=on&searchstring=golf

Hope that helps.


- Troy





David Potter wrote:

>
> The H-e-r-a-l-d was using a cgi_bin based search engine that allowed 
> me to automate the search quite easily.  
> http://www.h-a-l-i-f-a-x-h-e-r-a-l-d.com/cgi-bin/class/auto?theString=golf|passat 
>
> ----
>
> Things have changed... The form that generates the results page now 
> has this code....
>
> /****************************************************************************/ 
>
> <form method=post action=/searchclass.html>
>
> <input TYPE="checkbox" NAME="autoparkingandstorage">Auto Parking And 
> Storage (2)<br>
> <input TYPE="checkbox" NAME="accessoriesandparts">Accessories And 
> Parts (4)<br>
> <input TYPE="checkbox" NAME="trucksforsale">Trucks For Sale (60)<br>
> <input TYPE="checkbox" NAME="sportutilityvehiclesforsale">Sport 
> Utility Vehicles For Sale (66)<br>
> <input TYPE="checkbox" NAME="vansforsale">Vans For Sale (59)<br>
> <input TYPE="checkbox" NAME="carsforsale">Cars For Sale (359)<br>
> <input TYPE="checkbox" 
> NAME="antiqueprestigeautomobiles">Antique/Prestige Automobiles (51)<br>
>
> Optional search string:<input type=text name=searchstring>
> <input type=hidden name=currentclass value=auto><br>
> <input type=submit value=Search>
> </form>
> /*****************************************************************/
>
> ...which has stumped me... I'm guessing that there's something about 
> "searchclass.html" that I haven't encountered yet.
>
> David Potter
>
>
>
>
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